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Farmers market report: Pomegranates are in season

What’s in season: Anyone who has ever dealt with a fresh pomegranate, generally in season from late September through December, can appreciate the project that comes with extracting the juicy arils — the juicy fruit-like covering around the seeds — from the leathery flesh and pulp. But the results...
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